So the ONL192 course has come to an end. It has been an adventure and I have learnt much, including many new words and concepts, and also stepped into paths of thought I have not walked before. For example, during the first topic when we discussed online participation and digital literacy, I actually learnt much … Continue reading ONL192: The end →
During the fourth topic of ONL192 we focused on how to support and design for learning in online and blended learning. We got acquainted with the Community of Inquiry (CoI, http://thecommunityofinquiry.org/), a theoretical framework that identifies critical elements required for a successful learning experience: social, cognitive and teaching presence and they are highly inter-related (Garrison … Continue reading ONL192 Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning →
The topic In this topic ‘Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning’, our PBL group were interested in the term ‘connectivism’. I particularly enjoyed reading the original article on this by George Siemens from 2005. There were so many aspects included in the founding of this –ism that I found fascinating. First, he comments on … Continue reading Topic 3 (ONL192): Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning →
Fascinating two weeks, and much learning has taken place around Open Educational Practices (OEP) and Open Educational Resources (OER) ! The introduction to openness in education by Kay Oddone (Queensland University of Technology, Australia) and Alastair Creelman (Linnaeus University, Sweden) gave me so many new insights and I needed to look up many of the … Continue reading Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness →
First week of the second topic in our very interesting course has passed. My first impression is that is amazing how much there is out there that I do not know about! Good news and not surprising. I think for the future the Openness is a very promising way to go, to be inclusive, and … Continue reading Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness →
Reflections on digital literacy During these 2 weeks I have learnt a lot about digital literacy. Yes, what is it? :-). In our group we decided to dig a bit deeper with respect to i) the student and teacher perspective, e.g. how to get all students onboard given different initial capacities? and to ii) the … Continue reading Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies (ONL192) →
Met further group members at the second meeting and I start to understand how this will work. We are working on our first presentation, just wait and see, it may be revolutionizing!
Getting to know my PBL group at a first meeting. A bit confusing to be honest, but I feel safe the group and facilitators will make everything feel easy.
I am starting this blog as part of a course I am attending. First challenge – learn Word Press. At later posts, I will reflect over certain scenarios discussed during the course in this blog. More to come 🙂 #ONL192 #opennetworklearning